Those that would play "Mass Effect: Andromeda" on the PC will have more options than those who would be getting it for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The advantages aren't just about how better, the game will obviously look on the PC, but it would also provide other options like camera control and even a chance for those who haven't upgraded their machines.

According to a report from VG247, Bioware recently confirmed that "Mass Effect: Andromeda" will have several advantages over the console versions due to the options, players can explore with it. One of the most recent feature is the field of view (FOV) adjustment, where players can easily tailor-fit the camera for their preferences, especially in combat.

One fan, who caught a video of the recent gameplay footage brought his curiosity over to Twitter and Ian S. Frazier, the lead designer, confirmed that it was indeed to be included in the PC version of the game.

Just like what Gaming Bolt have also suggested, the game will either be fully featured or the console versions will be slightly dumbed down. The resolution scaling would also have various options to choose from ranging within 25 percent up to a highly-crisp image quality of 200 percent.

Another great thing about the PC version is that the game could possibly run on older machines. Michael Gamble have answered a fan tweet regarding the question of whether the GTX 745M GPU would be able to run the game. Although he referenced the desktop version of the card, chances are, succeeding models in the GeForce 700 series should also be fine.

However, aside from the "if this is your card you should be ok, I think." remark, there hasn't been any confirmation of what exactly the game will require for PCs to run the game on playable framerates. Those who are looking forward to "Mass Effect: Andromeda" may have to wait a bit later for this.